Monthly Archives: March 2020

Alarm Clock

I’ve set my alarm for the end Of this crisis Someday o’clock. In the meantime I’m going to sleep through the worst of it. After all I did nothing to warrant this mess This pandemic I was living my best … Continue reading

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Home Bound

I am home bound Tied and tethered Walking a new path Solitary pleasures on each side of me Solitary music Or no sound at all Home bound after many travels When I wandered here and there Only now Alone with … Continue reading

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Dreams

I’m not sure That there is anything more boring than Other people’s dreams My own dreams are fucked up enough But at least they’re familiar And I probably won’t remember them anyway In an hour But when this other person … Continue reading

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Shopping

Okay, so I went to the store Wearing a hospital grade Mask and Rubber gloves I arrived early to avoid crowds But so did everyone else One old lady stood right next to me I wanted to scream at her … Continue reading

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Bird Poems for Simone

Robin Robin Red-Breast comes back in the Spring Eating bugs and worms and everything That wiggles or hops Robin is tops! Cardinal The cardinal has a pointy head And he is red He perches in the tree So high I … Continue reading

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Resiliency

Something I admired about my father As he got old and started to lose his Moxie little by little He always began by denying he had Any problem But when it became Undeniable He shrugged and made appropriate Adjustments And … Continue reading

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Going Outside

Now that I have isolated myself And no longer visit town Alone all day in the house with the cat I am pleased that it is not the dead of winter So if I like I can put on a … Continue reading

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